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I have updated this blog to a more contemporary look and feel. Please comment if you read it as a web page instead of an RSS feed.
When I transitioned to WordPress a couple of years ago, I did not go back and tag all the posts with categories. I have finally done so. Oh, I did not change all the links, so some links to older … Continue reading
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I’m writing about a post a week for ITJobBlog. I’ve already written a couple of posts about how to develop your interview skills when you’re a candidate, part 1 and part 2. Please join us over there, too!
Some of my readers appear to be new to reading and commenting on blogs. Here’s how I manage my comments: I moderate (personally) all the comments. That means I read them and approve them Any comment that has content, I … Continue reading
I’ve converted to WordPress as my blogging platform and now have changed the URL for the blog and the feed. You can see this post because of magical redirection. The URL is now http://jrothman.com/blog/htp. The feed is now http://jrothman.com/blog/htp/feed. Let … Continue reading
The nice folks over at computerworld.com asked me to comment on this year’s salary survey, and to discuss with folks how to obtain a better salary. (See A Slow Thaw” for my column.) I’m blogging over at my computerworld blog. … Continue reading
I’ve been using Bloglet for email subscribers. Today, I decided it was time to move on to Feedblitz. If you subscribe via email, you should received this posting (and all other future postings).